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VA’s acquisition head says ‘Agile is old news,' and the agency is now turning to ‘technology-as-a-service.’
The agency follows a collection of guiding principles that include secure and modernized systems to accomplish an extensive data architecture across the agency.
The agency is using capacities like RPA to expedite FOIA review, decreasing the time between request and document release.
DISA and the Air Force invest in emerging technology to enhance user experience and maintain a secure network.
Human capital management improvements at the agency are enabling cost and time savings for the workforce.
A product line management approach is ensuring better use of resources and cost savings across the agency.
Automation has played a key role in helping improve cybersecurity processes, but workforce constraints still hamper efforts.
The agency is using record digitization and process automation to streamline its FOIA process and empower its workforce.
DHS embraces automation on zero trust journey as they continually make efforts to provide their mission space with the capabilities that they need.
Digitization and digitalization are two related areas enabling new projects and adoption of emerging technologies.
VA is automating the verification of health claims through using an integrated data model that combines both service records and patient data.
Ryan Vega breaks down real-world examples of digital tools showing the way of the future of veterans health.
A newly created role overseeing the agency's medical device office is tackling evolving health priorities.
The cloud empowers FEMA to address efforts around climate, resilience and readiness.
With nine projects underway, Pilot IRS is emerging as an avenue to procure key technologies quickly.
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A lab within the Department of Housing and Urban Development is exploring how automation can impact financial and recruiting processes.
Smarter modernization, data, automation, as well as customer and digital services will see the spotlight in 2022.
Low code and other cloud capabilities are used throughout DOD to ease transformation of digital services development.